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don't see a reason to raise the debt ceiling. let's stare him down on that until somebody gives in. we need to get this spending under control. and the irresponsible policies is not the way to go. obamacare needs to be repealed. we need to restore the rule of law in this country. we got to shrink down the welfare package that's out here. 80 different means tested welfare programs in the united states, just $2.5 trillion for the illegal component of this. a whole lot more if we don't get these entitlements under control. mr. speaker, the solutions are here. they are on this side of the aisle. they're actually in the platform. i endorse many of them. i appreciate your attention and i yield back the balance of my ime. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back his time. does the gentleman have a motion? mr. king: mr. speaker, i move that the house do now adjourn. the speaker pro tempore: the question is on the motion to adjourn. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it. the motion is adopted. accordingly, the house stands adjourned until 10:00 a.m. on monday, ma
let me do it over ten years, i'll sign it. but i've got to have my debt ceiling now. less than two years later we've already increased the debt ceiling $2.1 trillion. we're right up there again having to raise the debt ceiling again. it will be a matter of weeks that this has got to be confronted again. well, what about the spending cuts? before the ink was dry on that agreement, signed by the president himself, i've got the document right here, in blue ink, barack obama right there. agree to cut $2.1 trillion in spending over ten years. this wasn't a big cut. we are at the -- spending were flat for ten years, we would have spent $37 trillion. as i recall, if under the baseline then in effect, we were expected to grow it to $49 trillion over ten years. $49 trillion. this would have reduced it to $47 trillion. so we reduced the growth of spending from $37 trillion to $47 trillion instead of $49 trillion. now you would have thought we were throwing the sink and the country into the ocean. but in january, six months later, he proposes a budget that wipes out 60% of that agreement, tho
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